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U.S. Day Ahead: Bernanke unlikely to satisfy investors

Thursday, August 30, 2012 - 02:23

Aug 30 - Ben Bernanke is set to keep us all guessing about if he'll inject more cash into the economy when he delivers his highly-anticipated Fed speech at Jackson Hole.

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It's been too frustrating waste of four play for the markets. -- as -- -- the last 24 hours till Ben Bernanke's highly anticipated that speech in Jackson Hole the big question is will anyone believe satisfied. You may want to cover your ears for this one and not because of the bad innuendoes according to -- top correspondents on the ground the answer is highly unlikely. That boxes that keep us all guessing about when he'll inject more cash into the economy. Reuters poll fund managers and they said there was only at 44% chance of more stimulus of the Fed's September meeting. Down from 70% last month the reason here's JPMorgan economist and former fed insider Jim last. The housing industry which has been the sleeper is waking up. So the irony in all this is that the US economy is looking better now housing activity is coming back. But it's just things -- slow and that's probably. Partly be effective the Europeans to all it's hurting everybody. The uncertainty about where tax policy is gonna go we have we won't know until after the election how congress to respond. And Reuters -- -- Jack. The whole lives with expert analysis and reaction Bernanke's speech slave port and a man. In this Bernanke blizzard is easy to lose sight of the small things in life like Chicago PMI. I have fires as a key indicators likely -- manufacturing is still a brightest spot tepid recovery. It's that works best performances for months as China and European times inch their way back to Al. Keep your eye on three tech titans on Friday first up apple and Google. What it is exclusive report that CEOs and Coca Larry Page have been talking about the long running patent disputes. It's a developing story and the -- may -- trying to avoid a risky or battle. And the third -- hit an all time high of 250 dollars after -- sold out of its entire inventory of Kindle fire tablets. But John Marino and editor -- -- as the only way for the online retail giant -- to go is down. Analysts are concerned a slew of -- sales taxes could -- shoppers into actual source and away from him. We'll stay with Reuters TV an insider from more expert analysis on the big market movers. And check out Reuters YouTube that Reuters dot com slash Reuters TV and follow us on Twitter at Reuters Insider. I'm Fred I am.

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U.S. Day Ahead: Bernanke unlikely to satisfy investors

Thursday, August 30, 2012 - 02:23